Many times, racism is present in a look or a remark that can seem insignificant until you stop and think about it.
February 12, 2018
Volume 114, Issue 22
Stories from the February 12, 2018 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
This conversation about racism on campus was a necessary one that we must continue to have, even after we move on from this incident.
Sixty-four American citizens have traveled to Iraq and Syria since 2011 to join terrorist groups, according to a new report by GW’s Program on Extremism.
The Board of Trustees unanimously approved a 3.2 percent tuition hike for next academic year at its meeting Friday.
Couples wait for Valentine’s Day so they can plan out the most romantic night of the year – a lofty goal that doesn’t always end up as intended.
Whether you’re still feeling vengeful or just want to celebrate yourself this holiday, there are plenty of events for every type of single person around D.C.
The research office is funding GW’s first-ever undergraduate research journal as part of its goal to entice more undergraduates to get involved in projects.
Provost Forrest Maltzman insisted the University’s online offerings are equally as strong as traditional classes, citing data about student satisfaction.
There is an extreme lack of diversity in content in the Elliott School, hindering students’ ability to gain a well-rounded understanding of the world.
EMeRG assessed the subject, who was in his mid-sixties, and transported him to the GW Hospital emergency room for medical treatment.